Jul 9, 2011 9:00pm PDT
show the breadth of his newspaper empire in britain. the news of the world side will be coming down soon no doubt and as for the employees losing their job like the political editor david, there are so many more questions than answers. >> i could only assume that he feels like the brand has been so badly damaged the best thing to do is to scorch the policy get rid of a but it is one hell a decision. >> would you be surprised if he were to start another sunday paper? >> no. but the reason news of the world has a loyal following so he'd be stalling from scratch. >> he is in the midst of a $50 million takeover of britain's only satellite broadcaster b sky b, news corp. from --currently owns 39%. they may feel like a news of the world is getting in the way to clear the deal. >> i do not think that there any circumstances that they encountered can nudge this merger through. imagine the headlines next morning, cameron bows to murdoch. >> owning the whole company could at so much more just as the newspaper business and including the soon to buy news of the world begins to lose its luster.